NCAA now allows for eight hours of film sessions and other virtual activities for teams

College Football Talk

Spring football is mostly limited to Zoom nowadays due to the coronavirus and the NCAA is making the necessary adjustments to facilitate more interaction with coaches as a result.

In a release issued on Thursday afternoon, the organization confirmed they have made legislative changes to allow for up to eight hours of virtual communication with players. This includes everything from film sessions to full on team meetings.

“This change not only allows coaches to continue to educate their student-athletes but also fosters the connectivity that comes with team-based activities,” said Division I Council chair M. Grace Calhoun, athletics director at Penn, in a statement. 

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